What’s On in March/April
Walkabout now has its own website
Friends of Adel Woods now has its own website
4th March 2013 - Parish Council & Planning Committee meetings - full details
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Breaking news continued . . .
Allotments in Alwoodley
Progress is moving apace! We are now working with AAA and LCC to draw up the lease, AAA is working hard at tracking down grant sourcesand has won its first one! The plans are for a 21st Century (as opposed to one for the Victorian “deserving poor”). We aim to develop a community identity and be as green and environmentally friendly as possible.
We are looking to provide some growing space to interested community groups and local schools and to make the allotments as eco-friendly as possible.
We are happy to welcome our two new councillors to the team; they were
co-opted in February!
We greatly look forward to working with
Veronica Shackleton and with
the threat to the
Service 781 Leeds to Otley
Latest update . . . . .
We have received the following from Jamie Butters
(Bus Consultation Team) . . .
Thank you for providing us with feedback for the 781 service in the Leeds Bus Services Review.
During the consultation process, we received many comments about the 781 service and it became clear that many people wanted the service to continue.
It was decided to try and maintain the service if it could be done within the overall budget for the Leeds area.
Bus companies were asked to quote prices for the provision of a market day only service, a Saturday service or the present six day a week service. When the tenders came back in, it was clear that it would be possible to maintain the service in its current form for one year. The position will be reviewed again in 2014 but Service 781 will definitely continue to operate six days a week until July 2014.
Our thanks to he WY Public Transport Executive!
It’s great to know that t are willing and happy to listen to us and to respond with their customers’ needs in mind!
The message is clear though -
use it or lose it!